A proposed resolution in the Alabama House of Representatives would encourage the state’s congressional delegation and senators to take the necessary steps to “cease funding and supporting the World Health Organization and to reject any international health regulations regarding pandemic preparedness.”

“The World Health Organization (WHO) has proven itself to be a corrupt organization that has hampered worldwide public health efforts,” HJR 113 reads.

“The WHO has a history of mismanagement and scandals, including the cover-up of severe sexual abuse by its staff in the Democratic Republic of the Congo following an Ebola viral outbreak,” the resolution continues.

“WHEREAS, the WHO is an opaque organization unaccountable to the United States government despite receiving between $200 and $600 million annually in United States taxpayer subsidies over the past decade; and WHEREAS, as an organization, the WHO has chosen to place in positions of leadership on its executive board representatives of extreme authoritarian regimes such as the People’s Republic of China, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Syrian Arab Republic, and Belarus in complete disregard for the human rights abuses regularly committed by
these regimes; and WHEREAS, at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak and throughout the pandemic, WHO officials were complicit with the government of the People’s Republic of China in preventing international understanding of the virus and its effects and in covering up its origins, thereby increasing the severity of the pandemic and its death toll; and WHEREAS, the WHO is currently in the process of drafting new International Health Regulations and a proposed Pandemic Preparedness Treaty that will further expand the organization’s authority and empower unelected international bureaucrats through a “One Health” mandate to override
national sovereignty in areas including energy, agriculture, climate, and public health,” it reads.

“BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That the members of this body encourage the United States representatives and senators elected by the people of the State of Alabama to take all steps necessary and reasonable to permanently end taxpayer funding of the World Health Organization. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the members of this body encourage the President of the United States and his foreign policy officials to reject the creation of any policy, law, convention, or regulation, whether through amendments to the International Health Regulations or through the drafting of an international agreement regarding Pandemic Preparedness, that would in any way further empower this ineffective and corrupt organization.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the members of this body encourage the United States government to ensure the
fundamental freedoms of the American people against the corrupting influence of international entities such as the
World Health Organization that all too often are under the influence of authoritarian foreign regimes that do not act
in the best interest of the United States,” it continues.

Dr. Kat Lindley shared the resolution and the representatives who introduced the measure.

“By Representatives Butler, Harrison, Whorton, Wadsworth, Robertson, Hammett, Woods, Paschal, DuBose, Yarbrough, Colvin, Lamb, Gidley, Stadthagen, Mooney, Bolton,” Lindley wrote.


Another bill introduced in the Alabama House of Representatives states the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and the World Economic Forum shall have no jurisdiction or power within the State of Alabama.

“HB 408 WEF, UN and WHO shall have no jurisdiction in Alabama! By Representatives Mooney, Fincher, Carns, Bolton, Easterbrook, Harrison, Starnes, Yarbrough, DuBose, Whorton, Stringer, Butler, Rehm, Sells, Lamb, Shirey, Givens, Holk-Jones, Stadthagen,” Lindley noted.



The proposed measures in the Alabama House follow the Louisiana State Senate approving similar legislation.

GOP-Led State Senate Approves Legislation Stating The WEF, WHO & UN Have No Jurisdiction Or Power Within State

Senate Bill 133 passed in a 37-0 vote and moves to the Louisiana House of Representatives.

“The World Health Organization, United Nations, and the World Economic Forum shall have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana. No rule, regulation, fee, tax, policy, or mandate of any kind of the World Health Organization, United Nations, and the World Economic Forum shall be enforced or implemented by the state of Louisiana or any agency, department, board, commission, political subdivision, governmental entity of the state, parish, municipality, or any other political entity,” the two-page bill reads.

If signed into law, the bill would go into effect on August 1, 2024.

Read HJR 113 HERE.

Read HB 408 HERE.

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